Increasingly, legal and financial authorities around the world are recommending that if the industry in which you operate, your assets or your supply chain are perceived to be at risk, either because of the need to transition to a low-carbon economy or because of the expected physical effects of climate change, then climate change is material to your business and warrants disclosures.
Are you ready?
The Impact of Climate Change on Business program will help you address all of these questions.
The program is designed for middle, senior managers and executives from all industry sectors as well as finance professionals, accountants and auditors. Whether you are in finance, operations, risk, sustainability or corporate affairs, climate change will increasingly impact on every aspect of business, and therefore needs to be integrated into your organisation's commercial and strategic decision-making.
You will participate in an interactive and immersive two-day workshop incorporating learning around the legal, regulatory and accounting considerations relevant to climate change, hands-on experience in climate scenario development, the ability to speak with and question the regulator and investors, and interaction with case organisations that are well on their way to integrating climate change in their strategic outlook.
You will learn to understand:
Tuesday 9 & Wednesday 10 Februrary 2021
|Location:||The University of Sydney Business School
Sydney CBD Campus
Level 17, 133 Castlereagh St
Sydney NSW 2000
Dr Tanya Fiedler is a lecturer in the Discipline of Accounting. Tanya completed her PhD at the University of New South Wales. Tanya's research is deeply interdisciplinary, her interests concerned with the ways in which engineering, actuarial science and climate science integrate into work practices, business strategy and accounting.
Prior to her academic career, Tanya worked as a consultant for Energetics, a specialist climate, carbon and energy consultancy.
Professor Clinton Free was appointed Academic Director of Executive Education and Global Executive MBA Program Director at the University of Sydney Business School in 2019.
He brings a wealth of international experience to the role, previously teaching MBA programs at Oxford University, Cornell University and the Queen’s School of Business.